it impossible) that he is to marry a certain miss23: Lord Fitzwilliam24 is supposed another candidate. Here is a new thing, which has been much about town, and liked; your brother G-al gave me the copy of it: LES COITRS DE I/EUROPE. L'Allemagne craint tout; L'Autriche risque tout; La Saviere espere tout; La Prusse entreprend tout; La Mayence vend tout; Le Portugal rec/arde tout; L'Angleterre veut faire tout; L'Espagne embrouille tout; La Savoye se defie de tout; Le Mercure se mele de tout; La France acMte tout; Les Jesuites se trouvent par tout; Rome Mnit tout; Si Dieu ne pourvoye a tout, Le DiaUe emportera tout. Good night! my dear child: you never say a word of your own health ; are not you quite recovered ? a thousand services to Mr. Chute and Mr. Whittled, and to all my friends: do they begin to forget me ? I don't them. Yours ever. 47. To THE HON. HENEY SEYMOUE COITWAY. MY DEAREST HARRY, London, October 31, 1741. You have made me infinitely happy, but infinitely impatient for Monday se'nnight. I have wished for you more particularly this week, and wanted you all at Sir Thomas 23 Mary, natural daughter of Sir (1746) Charles, natural son of Q-eneral Eobert Walpole by Maria Skerrett Charles Churchill, by Mrs. Oldfleld, (whom ho married in 1788). On her the actress, by whom she had a large father's promotion to the peerage, family. George II granted her the rank of 2* William Mtzwilliam (1719- an Earl's daughter. She married 1756), third Earl Fitzrwilliam.